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WHAT’S NEW?


for potentially costly additional engineering features. The Demag SafeControl unit monitors the entire load turning process.


Many users of indoor cranes are faced frequently with the complex task of not only lifting and horizontally moving heavy components, such as press tools, machine beds or special containers, but also turning these loads.


This function has been possible with Demag cranes for decades, but it required additional engineering features. Demag has now simplified and standardised the load turning function, with universal cranes and two hoists delivering the highest levels of safety, whilst eliminating the need for the same level of supplementary engineering work previously required. As a result, the crane operator benefits from a cost-effective solution, which demonstrates functionality, high productivity and inherent safety.


DEMAG DELIVERS MAXIMUM SAFETY FOR


LOAD TURNING Material handling specialist, Demag, has introduced a new load turning function for its universal crane product range. The load turning capability achieves maximum safety and significant operational advantages, without the need


The package of features enabling the load turning function includes more generous specification of the steel structure and the equipment incorporates extra sensors. In addition, the Demag SafeControl system, which provides safety- orientated control and monitoring of all crane motions and functions, has been modified specifically for the load turning process. Depending


on the requirements for the capacity of the rope hoists, an inclined angle of pull of up to 20 degrees can be achieved, allowing loads of up to 50 tonne to be turned.


The user can choose between two versions, both of which are intrinsically safe. Precise measurement of the rope angle is achieved by combining the Demag SafeControl system with a two-channel, non-contact sensor system. The basic version provides an acoustic and visual warning as soon as the maximum rope angle deflection is reached.


In an alternative configuration, the Demag SafeControl system monitors all motion sequences for safe operation and automatically stops lifting and travel motions if the maximum permissible rope angle is exceeded. This helps achieve a high safety category of Performance Level d (lifting) or c (travelling) to EN 13849-1, category 3.


On both variants, the load turning function is wirelessly operated via joystick transmitters as standard, allowing intuitive control while closely watching the load to be turned. Alternatively, control is also possible with hand-held button transmitters or hand-held transmitters with mini- joystick operation.


Email: bnb-help@demagcranes.com www.demagcranes.co.uk


FSI RENEWS PLACEMENT ON CROWN COMMERCIAL SERVICE G-CLOUD12


FRAMEWORK FSI, a facilities management software provider, has renewed its placement on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) G-Cloud12 framework.


The G-Cloud12 framework eases the process by public-sector bodies amongst UK Government departments


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looking to procure cloud hosting, software and support services.


These public-sector bodies can buy services from suppliers on the framework, including the Concept Evolution CAFM / IWMS solutions from FSI, faster and cheaper than the usual rigmarole of a full tender process.


Public-sector bodies can search for services covered by G-Cloud12 through the Digital Marketplace online store.


Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2019/20, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits worth over £1bn - supporting world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.


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